It’s media day in our year-end Three Martini Lunch awards and Jim and Greg have plenty to say about how things were covered – if they were covered at all. Specifically, they look at the stories the mainstream media covered far too much, the ones they conveniently ignored because they didn’t fit their narrative, and they highlight what they saw as the best stories of 2023.
First, they dig into the most overreported stories of the year, with Jim choosing a specific angle of a story he thought was given far too much attention and Greg going with the non-stop chattering about a completely pointless topic.
Then it’s on to the stories the media didn’t cover much or didn’t want to cover. Jim points to media apathy concerning what may well be the greatest threat to American national security. Greg picks a horrifying tragedy that the media quickly stopped caring about when it reflected poorly on the left.
Finally, they reveal their selections for best stories of the year. Jim goes with a bright spot in an otherwise bleak story he covered closely this year. Greg opts for a member of Congress going above and beyond in a crisis – again.
Make sure to listen on Friday as Greg and Jim unveil their selections for Person of the Year and Turncoat of the Year. Plus, their predictions for 2024.
Thanks for listening to the 3 Martini Lunch!